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NOMINATION THREAD FOR THE FREE REPUBLIC GAROFALO AWARDS
Thursday, April 17, 2003 | Kristinn

Posted on 04/17/2003 7:27:08 PM PDT by kristinn

Nominations for Free Republic's Garofalo Awards are being accepted on this thread.

The Garofalo--ready-to-eat stuffed crows on a platter--will be awarded to prominent individuals in the media and elsewhere whose histrionic predictions of doom and gloom before and/or during Operation Iraqi Freedom stand head and shoulders above all others for their shrillness, certainty, and apocalyptic ravings.

To be nominated, the person must meet the criteria. Documentation will be needed (not necessarily provided by the nominator) to provide specific reasons when announcing the winners as to why they were singled out for special recognition.

Ten Garofolos will be awarded. We will do our best to present them to any winners who attend the White House Correspondents Association dinner April 26 when the D.C. Chapter holds its 5th annual freep there of liberal bias in the media.

Janeane Garofalo, whom the award is named for, is eligible to win.

Nominations close Sunday, April 20 at 3 p.m. EDT. Voting will commence on a new thread soon thereafter.


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To: GOPcapitalist
Heck, why not make a special award for the most biased journalist and name it after Baghdad Bob

I nominate Peter Jennings...

151 posted on 04/18/2003 9:28:08 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks (There be no shelter here; the front line is everywhere!)
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To: kristinn
George Galloway, a British Labour Party MP, who, in an April 1st interview for Abu Dhabi TV, urged British soldiers not to follow "illegal orders" to fight in Iraq. He also charged that Bush and Blair were "wolves" who "lied" when they said the war in Iraq would be "quick and easy."

"They attacked Iraq like wolves," he said. "They attacked civilians." He called on Arab countries to stop supplying coalition countries with oil.

Remember, he's saying all this while troops from his own country are on the battlefield, and he's making these comments on Arab TV, channeling them right into the barracks of enemy troops during wartime.

Galloway, some may recall, is the MP whom John Malkovich said he'd like to shoot in May 2002. He's a socialist who believes the greatest catastrophe of his life was the fall of the Soviet Union. He calls John Lennon's Imagine the socialist anthem.

I mention all this because his remarks weren't reported on too much over here, but I recently read they caused quite a sensation in Britain, apparently boomeranging on him and shoring up support for the troops. There is a movement afoot to oust him from Parliament.

He certainly qualifies for the Garofalo Award.

152 posted on 04/18/2003 9:30:48 PM PDT by beckett
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To: kristinn
Hanoi Jane Fonda. She went to Canada and gave support to the enemy again. Why doesn't she just go to Seweristan where no one would care if she kept her mouth open?
153 posted on 04/18/2003 9:34:03 PM PDT by Henchman
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To: Henchman
CROW Awards (Been posting on Yahoo all over the place - you guys missed quite a few)

"I bet you in the Pentagon the military planning assumes 5,000 to 10,000 American casualties and at least 100,000 to 250,000 civilian casualties in downtown Baghdad. All on CNN." - Gary Hart, Denver Post, March 30, 2001.

http://www.newschoice.com/ads/dca.html

154 posted on 04/18/2003 10:00:44 PM PDT by StopThePress
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To: Tolerance Sucks Rocks
"Iraqis, very clearly, do not want to be 'liberated,' even many who had long opposed Saddam's brutal regime. To the contrary, the US-British invasion appears to have ignited genuine national resistance among 17 million Arab Iraqis, just as the 1941 German invasion of the USSR rallied Russians and Ukrainians behind Stalin's hated regime. ... The nasty, bloody urban warfare the Americans and Brits sought to avoid at all costs is now confronting them."

- Eric Margolis,

http://www.foreigncorrespondent.com/archive/bush_parade.html

155 posted on 04/18/2003 10:02:04 PM PDT by StopThePress
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To: StopThePress
"Though Operation Iraqi Freedom has been underway for only two weeks, Rumsfeld's "shock and awe" strategy was a flop. Pentagon strategists expected to have taken Baghdad by Mar. 27. Best-laid plans and all that: U.S. generals, worried that they don't have enough men on the front lines, are considering whether to lay siege to Baghdad, bomb it to ruins or take it one block at a time. Basra hasn't fallen. Suicide bombers are on the loose, we're offing civilians and the Iraqi army has gone guerilla. And we hold a mere 4,000 Iraqi POWs. Only 45 Americans and Britons have died so far--compared to 112 total combat deaths in 1991--but allied casualties will soar if and when ground troops are ordered to take Baghdad... In this respect, Iraqis are no different than we are. Millions of Americans consider Bush to be a hateful, extremist dimwit who seized power twice, once in an unconstitutional judicial coup d'état and again by using the Sept. 11 attacks as a pretext to expand his personal power and gut the Bill of Rights. They call him names, like the Resident and Commander-in-Thief. But even the most passionately anti-Bush Americans would eagerly join their W-loving compatriots to fight any army that invaded the United States in the name of some theoretical 'liberation.' I know I would."

- Ted Rall, April 2, 2003

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story2&cid=127&ncid=742&e=14&u=/ucru/20030403/cm_ucru/ignoramuses_abroad

156 posted on 04/18/2003 10:03:24 PM PDT by StopThePress
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To: Tolerance Sucks Rocks
Conventional Wisdom Watch, by Newsweek. A down-arrow for Dick Cheney: "Tells 'Meet the Press' just before war, 'We will be greeted as liberators.' An arrogant blunder for the ages."

Nope, Newsweek. Your article was the “arrogant blunder for the ages”....lol!!!

http://www.msnbc.com/news/893298.asp#cw

157 posted on 04/18/2003 10:04:52 PM PDT by StopThePress
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To: Tolerance Sucks Rocks
"In Baghdad the coalition forces confront a city apparently determined on resistance. They should remember Napoleon in Moscow, Hitler in Stalingrad, the Americans in Mogadishu and the Russians at Grozny. Hostile cities have ways of making life ghastly for aggressors. They are not like countryside. They seldom capitulate, least of all when their backs are to the wall. It took two years after the American withdrawal from Vietnam for Saigon to fall to the Vietcong. Kabul was ceded to the warlords only when the Taleban drove out of town. In the desert, armies fight armies. In cities, armies fight cities. The Iraqis were not stupid. They listened to Western strategists musing about how a desert battle would be a pushover. Things would get 'difficult' only if Saddam played the cad and drew the Americans into Baghdad. Why should he do otherwise?"

Simon Jenkins, the Times of London, in an article called - yes! - "Baghdad Will Be Near Impossible to Conquer," March 28, 2003

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,482-626095,00.html

158 posted on 04/18/2003 10:05:46 PM PDT by StopThePress
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To: Tolerance Sucks Rocks
"[Al-Jazeera has shown] the resistance and anger of the Iraqi population, dismissed by Western propaganda as a sullen bunch waiting to throw flowers at Clint Eastwood lookalikes ... The idea that Iraq's population would have welcomed American forces entering the country after a terrifying aerial bombardment was always utterly implausible ... One can only wince at the way weak-minded policy hacks in the Pentagon and White House have spun out the 'ideas' of Lewis and Ajami into the scenario for a quick romp in a friendly Iraq ... pity the Iraqi civilians who must still suffer a great deal more before they are finally 'liberated'."

- Edward Said, London Review of Books, April 17, 2003

http://www.lrb.co.uk/v25/n08/said01_.html

159 posted on 04/18/2003 10:07:00 PM PDT by StopThePress
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To: Tolerance Sucks Rocks
"Is Wolfowitz really so ignorant of history as to believe the Iraqis would welcome us as 'their hoped-for liberators'?"

Eric Alterman, The Nation.

http://www.thenation.com/doc.mhtml?i=20030421&s=alterman

160 posted on 04/18/2003 10:07:54 PM PDT by StopThePress
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To: Tolerance Sucks Rocks
The key to remember, and I think Hugh Hewitt has made this one ring home better than any media pundit out there - HOLD THESE LEFTIST BLAME AMERICA FIRST "PUNDITS" ACCOUNTABLE!!! They said the same thing about Reagan: "Bush will start WWIII" and look what it got 'em - NOTHING! NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN TO COME TO THE AID OF THEIR COUNTRY!!!....INCLUDING HOLDING THESE CLOWNS ACCOUNTABLE WHEN THE SPEAK IN THE FUTURE!!!

"I have at times as the war has unfolded secretly wished for things to go wrong. I wished for the Iraqis to be more nationalistic. I wished for them to resist longer. I wished for the Arab world to rise up in rage. I wished for all the things we feared would happen. And I'm not alone. A number of serious, intelligent, morally sensitive people who opposed the war have told me they've had identical feelings. More casualties would have been a preferred alternative to a larger moral negative of a victory that boosted President Bush's chances for reelection."

Gary Camilla, Executive Editor, Salon.com , April 17, 2003

161 posted on 04/18/2003 10:11:47 PM PDT by StopThePress
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To: So Cal Rocket
Do you have that article where Chris says that? I want to read it and show it to some people.
162 posted on 04/18/2003 10:23:49 PM PDT by yonif
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To: kristinn
bump
163 posted on 04/18/2003 10:25:36 PM PDT by yonif
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To: MikeAtTheShore
"This invasion of Iraq, if it goes off, will join the Bay of Pigs, Vietnam, Desert One, Beirut, and Somalia in the history of military catastrophe. What will set it apart, distinguishing it for all time, is the immense--and transparent--political stupidity." --Chris Matthews, San Francisco Chronicle, August 25, 2002

I vote for Cassandra Chrissy.

164 posted on 04/18/2003 10:44:07 PM PDT by Maynerd
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To: beckett
George Galloway, a British Labour Party MP,

Since Galloway is a Brit - he should receive a Fiskie!
165 posted on 04/18/2003 10:46:38 PM PDT by Maynerd
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To: kristinn
Can you nominate radio callers? If so, I'd like to nominate this idiotic woman who called WBAI (Pacifica) Radio here in New York a couple of weeks ago. Of course she scoffed at the notion that we were going to liberate Iraq. She then went on to say that Iraq is a multi-ethnic society full of groups who historically don't like each other and would like to kill each other. Therefore, according to her brilliant analysis, Saddam Hussein has actually SAVED thousands of lives because he was the strongman who held all these groups together for so long.

I don't remember this dope's name, but I hereby offer her up as my nominee. A comment that breathtakingly stupid has got to be worth something.
166 posted on 04/18/2003 11:12:20 PM PDT by Rainbow Rising (Kegger at Saddam's place!)
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To: kristinn
This thread lists some great potential nominees!
167 posted on 04/19/2003 6:42:46 AM PDT by Teacher317
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To: kristinn
So the categories are (just recapping here from other folks' good ideas)

"Your Fruedian Slip is Showing" Award

and perhaps a special media award for probing questions that can only receive a pre-digested answer, the "Katie Colon" award?

and maybe, the "Apocalypse NOT" award, for the most dire predictions...

How about the "Black Beret" award for the biggest suck up attributing the "Clinton Military" for any success in the war

And the "Baghdad Bob, Lifetime Acheivement" Award for the journalist who provided the most comfort to the Saddam Regime

The Ann Coulter "Ranger Rabbit" for the most deranged celebrity response to Americans exercising their own "freedom of speech," to criticise them.

And finally, the "Counting Crows" award for the outlet that managed to use the word "Quagmire" most often during the progress of the war.

168 posted on 04/19/2003 6:49:23 AM PDT by Dutchgirl
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To: Dutchgirl
I forgot, I think there should be a special "Take me to your leader" award for the most outstandingly dumb and traitorous question asked at a Centcom, Rumsfeld or Whitehouse briefing. You know, the kind of question that earned a "What planet are you from" look from the one one being questioned.okay, I know that Helen Thomas will win this one but all nominees should receive an American Flag lapel pin.)


169 posted on 04/19/2003 6:58:24 AM PDT by Dutchgirl
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To: Dutchgirl
Excellent catagories...we also need to add a special category for all those past Clinton admin. idiots who couldn't take care of the problem themselves but had plenty of criticism for GW for doing it. Perhaps named in honor of one of their best and brightest idiots - The Albright Halfbright Award.
170 posted on 04/19/2003 7:23:33 AM PDT by Clintons Are White Trash (Helen Thomas, Molly Ivins, Maureen Dowd - The Axis of Ugly)
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To: Nita Nupress
One thing I find interesting about the perky Katie Couric is the fact that she got her break to stardom from Gulf War One. As I recall her reports didn't have the air of sadness for the poor Saddam as they did this go round. I guess she caught "celebrity-itis" in the ensuing years.
171 posted on 04/19/2003 7:43:13 AM PDT by Lawgvr1955 (Never draw to an inside straight)
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To: yonif
http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2002/08/25/IN239822.DTL
172 posted on 04/19/2003 9:34:58 AM PDT by So Cal Rocket (God bless the coalition troops and their families)
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To: kristinn
Michael D. Higgins made some very sweeping statements about the war, including this statement in the Dail on March 12:

“By the time this House returns on March 25 it is possible that up to one million mothers may be affected by the war, there may be 100,000 direct casualties and 400,000 secondary ones. Ten to 15 million people on food dependency may also be affected.”

source:New Ross Standard (Ireland) ^ | April 17, 2003 | Anne Marie O'Connor

173 posted on 04/19/2003 12:12:46 PM PDT by Dutchgirl
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To: kristinn
Nancy "Pube" Pelosi is my nomination.
174 posted on 04/19/2003 3:12:19 PM PDT by lilylangtree
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To: Spunky
Katie Couric from the NBC Today Show ....."hopefully" he (Saddam Hussien) made it to Syria.

That right, and don't forget her pronouncing Saddam's statue being dragged through Baghdad "a desecration."

HF

175 posted on 04/19/2003 4:38:54 PM PDT by holden
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To: Tolerance Sucks Rocks
He's not dead, he's...resting.
176 posted on 04/19/2003 5:49:18 PM PDT by Slings and Arrows (Lovely plumage, the Iraqi Blue.)
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To: StopThePress
Conventional Wisdom Watch, by Newsweek.

I was so ticked off at that whole issue I fired off a letter to the editor as to why we were maintaining our US News subscription but were letting Newsweek expire.

The better half and I actually got a line published in the letters section this week ("A couple from Hawaii wrote, 'From a quick glance through Newsweek, one would have thought we'd been at war for a year and that we were losing badly. Casualties on both sides were emphasized, not triumphs.'")

177 posted on 04/19/2003 11:45:29 PM PDT by Spyder (Just another day in Paradise)
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To: Nita Nupress; dagnabit
dagnabit has the green uniform shirt, epilauts and a black beret. I think I can find some dark, think frames for glasses.

Some heavy, thick lines of black makeup for eyebrows and a mustache like Groucjo Marx and I think we can "sell" Baghdad Bob.

"BB" as we like to call him, could call out, "Eason Jordan promised me Aaron Brown's job" and other such things to embarass CNN. Ops, my bad, there is nothing that embarasses CNN. Not even their piss poor ratings anymore.

178 posted on 04/20/2003 6:45:30 AM PDT by Doctor Raoul (The "Anti-War Leaders" Have Blood On Their Hands, look and you'll find, they are NOT anti-war)
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To: Petronski
"If America does this unilaterally, we are doomed. We're DOOMED."

The "we" that goes with "doomed" means the Hollywood Left. She knoew that once independent observers entered Baghdad and saw the rape and torture chambers their guy Saddam used against his people, the American People wouldn't stand for the Hollywood Left any longer and they were doomed.

It's the one thing she got right in all her rantings.

179 posted on 04/20/2003 6:48:11 AM PDT by Doctor Raoul (The "Anti-War Leaders" Have Blood On Their Hands, look and you'll find, they are NOT anti-war)
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To: So Cal Rocket
What are the chances of Scott Ritter doing jail time for trying to entice a 13-year-old girl into a sexual relationship? My God, what a creep!
180 posted on 04/20/2003 9:38:05 AM PDT by daddypatriot
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To: kristinn
I think this article says it all: Why CNN should get an award.

http://washingtontimes.com/commentary/20030420-89145372.htm
181 posted on 04/20/2003 9:44:48 AM PDT by hoosiermama (Prayers for all)
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To: kristinn
I have to nominate that DemonRat Teddy Kennedy of MA for his amazingly inherently INCORRECT military strategic analysis of both Operation Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom!

Note that the "media" has NEVER called him on a lot of things (submarine driving for one)but his military strategy statements are so obviously wrong!

Serve Teddy a couple of Garofalo Crows on a Platter and maybe one-to-go for later!


182 posted on 04/20/2003 9:47:22 AM PDT by texson66 ("Tyranny is yielding to the lust of the governing." - Lord Moulton)
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To: daddypatriot
Scott RItter was just taking lessons from Bagdad Bob and WJC: "...it didn't happen..." "...wasn't anywhere close..." The end justifies the mean etc. etc. etc.
183 posted on 04/20/2003 9:48:08 AM PDT by hoosiermama (Prayers for all)
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To: All
Here's a few more nominees to consider: Reps. Jim McDermott, John Conyers and Charles Rangel; Ramsey Clark; Bill Clinton; Jessica Lange; Leslie Stahl; Anthony Shadid of the Washington Post.
184 posted on 04/20/2003 10:36:35 AM PDT by kristinn ("Anti-War" Movement is in a Quagmire)
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To: kristinn
Shirley, Eleanor Clift deserves one of these, she's already got the crows feet.
185 posted on 04/20/2003 12:59:47 PM PDT by tet68 (Jeremiah 51:24 ..."..Before your eyes I will repay Babylon for all the wrong they have done in Zion")
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To: kristinn
My vote goes to Mr. & Mrs. Sarandon.
186 posted on 04/20/2003 1:02:49 PM PDT by Calpublican
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To: leilani
Or does it mean we can only nominate washed-up dyslexic lesbians like Garafolo?

"Hey, are you calling me an Ekyd?" --Janeane Garafolo

187 posted on 04/20/2003 3:32:53 PM PDT by TruthShallSetYouFree
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To: Sunshine55
A million Kent States to you, DeGenova.
188 posted on 04/20/2003 6:09:59 PM PDT by WhaChuLookinAt
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To: nicmarlo
I still seethe over Charlie Dangle's remarks, and wish that both Hannity and Colmes would have sandwiched his useless jowls with one-two jabs/uppercuts. I second his nomination for a spot in the top ten.
189 posted on 04/20/2003 6:12:36 PM PDT by WhaChuLookinAt
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To: kristinn
Robert Byrdbrain, 03/20/2003:

"Today I weep for my country...No more is the image of America one of strong, yet benevolent peacekeeper..."

190 posted on 04/20/2003 6:24:12 PM PDT by WhaChuLookinAt
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To: RummyChick
Didn't Helen Thomas complain that the war was "going down the drain"?

Oh, wait, that was 1993.

191 posted on 04/20/2003 6:28:30 PM PDT by WhaChuLookinAt
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To: kristinn
Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders (how appropriate):

"Have we gone to war yet?...We [expletive] deserve to get bombed. Bring it on...Let's get rid of all the economic [expletive] this country represents. Bring it on, I hope the Muslims win!"

192 posted on 04/20/2003 6:47:08 PM PDT by WhaChuLookinAt
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To: yonif
I managed to turn on Chris admitting he was wrong. I had avoided him completely during the war.He joined the Peace Corp during Viet Nam.He' a 60's kind of guy but hated Clinton ..and cuddles Hillary.
193 posted on 04/21/2003 1:04:31 AM PDT by MEG33
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To: kristinn
Maureen Dowd.
194 posted on 04/21/2003 6:19:26 AM PDT by anniegetyourgun
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To: StopThePress; kristinn
Wow! Great research, STP! I think you should definitely head the nominating committee!

kristinn, don't you agree?
195 posted on 04/21/2003 6:28:40 AM PDT by Bigg Red (Beware the Fedayeen Rodham!)
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To: Dutchgirl
"Counting Crows" award

Brilliant!
196 posted on 04/21/2003 6:31:36 AM PDT by Bigg Red (Beware the Fedayeen Rodham!)
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To: kristinn
I nominate Chris Martin, lead singer of the British band Coldplay. I don't have documentation on hand, but I'm sure he said something like, "Bush wants to kill us all in this war, so we might as well go out with a bang" at the Brit Music Awards. He has also blamed 9.11 on the United States and the West.

I'm not sure if this nominates him for such an award as the Garofalo, but I think he should get at least an Honorable Mention.
197 posted on 04/21/2003 6:38:05 AM PDT by hapsgroupie
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To: Bigg Red
STP made some great contributions for nominations. We're going to start a voting thread tonight or tomorrow morning once we've gone through all the nominees on this thread.
198 posted on 04/21/2003 6:38:56 AM PDT by kristinn ("Anti-War" Movement is in a Quagmire)
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To: hapsgroupie
Thanks. We'll do some searching on nominees quotes so we have them right when we start the voting.
199 posted on 04/21/2003 6:40:23 AM PDT by kristinn ("Anti-War" Movement is in a Quagmire)
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To: So Cal Rocket
Great choice! This stupidity (Matthew's quote) should not go unrewarded.
200 posted on 04/21/2003 7:08:03 AM PDT by krunkygirl
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